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Need Advice About IETLS test(Old Applicant)

Old Dec 30th 2003, 5:24 pm
  #1  
Sarwar Aziz
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Default Need Advice About IETLS test(Old Applicant)

Dear Group Members
I applied for Canadian Immigration in Aug-2001. from CHC Islamabad.
I send updated application form in Oct-2003 but without IELST test
result.
Now yesterday I again receive a letter from CHC Islamabad requested to
submit
Updated application form, Proof of funds, Experience letter and IELTS
Test Result
With in 180 days.

But problem is that my IELTS result is very low and I got 5 Bands
score only.
Listening 5.5
Reading 5
Writing……… 4
Speaking 5

Overall Band score is 5

Now my question is that
1. Should I send this result or reappear in IELTS test for better
score.
2. Can I send them other written evidence of English language in the
form of references letter from College and Company where I work.

Regards,



It the subject of that letter

"You will need to summit the following items for us to fully assess
your application.

1. An updated application form
2. Proof of your current level of official language proficiency

If you fail to submit these update documents with in 180 days, We will
assess your application on the basis of the information on file. No
other documents are required at this time.

However you may wish to take advantage of our expedited processing to
those applicants who provide an updated application form, proof of
their current level of official language proficiency in the form of an
IELTS test result, updated proof of funds and all original educational
documents. Expedited processing WILL NOT be offered to applicant who
do not submit their original IELTS test report form.

Submission of these documents may avoid the need for an interview.
However it is no guarantee than an interview will be Waived."
 
Old Dec 30th 2003, 5:41 pm
  #2  
Andrew Miller
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Default Re: Need Advice About IETLS test(Old Applicant)

You've got 6 months to submit requested documents, so sit on your butt and
learn English promptly, take another test and make sure that your score will
be 7.0 or better in each skill. Overall band is irrelevant.

--

../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
________________________________


"Sarwar Aziz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Dear Group Members
    > I applied for Canadian Immigration in Aug-2001. from CHC Islamabad.
    > I send updated application form in Oct-2003 but without IELST test
    > result.
    > Now yesterday I again receive a letter from CHC Islamabad requested to
    > submit
    > Updated application form, Proof of funds, Experience letter and IELTS
    > Test Result
    > With in 180 days.
    > But problem is that my IELTS result is very low and I got 5 Bands
    > score only.
    > Listening 5.5
    > Reading 5
    > Writing... 4
    > Speaking 5
    > Overall Band score is 5
    > Now my question is that
    > 1. Should I send this result or reappear in IELTS test for better
    > score.
    > 2. Can I send them other written evidence of English language in the
    > form of references letter from College and Company where I work.
    > Regards,
    > It the subject of that letter
    > "You will need to summit the following items for us to fully assess
    > your application.
    > 1. An updated application form
    > 2. Proof of your current level of official language proficiency
    > If you fail to submit these update documents with in 180 days, We will
    > assess your application on the basis of the information on file. No
    > other documents are required at this time.
    > However you may wish to take advantage of our expedited processing to
    > those applicants who provide an updated application form, proof of
    > their current level of official language proficiency in the form of an
    > IELTS test result, updated proof of funds and all original educational
    > documents. Expedited processing WILL NOT be offered to applicant who
    > do not submit their original IELTS test report form.
    > Submission of these documents may avoid the need for an interview.
    > However it is no guarantee than an interview will be Waived."
 
Old Dec 31st 2003, 4:47 am
  #3  
Volodymyr Levytskyy
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Default Re: Need Advice About IETLS test(Old Applicant)

Folks,
Is here any places to take IELST test in Alberta?
I visited their web site and found only aa few places in BC and Ontario.

"Andrew Miller" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:kcuIb.103094$ss5.75831@clgrps13...
    > You've got 6 months to submit requested documents, so sit on your butt and
    > learn English promptly, take another test and make sure that your score
will
    > be 7.0 or better in each skill. Overall band is irrelevant.
    > --
    > ../..
    > Andrew Miller
    > Immigration Consultant
    > Vancouver, British Columbia
    > email: [email protected]
    > (delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
    > ________________________________
    > "Sarwar Aziz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > Dear Group Members
    > > I applied for Canadian Immigration in Aug-2001. from CHC Islamabad.
    > > I send updated application form in Oct-2003 but without IELST test
    > > result.
    > > Now yesterday I again receive a letter from CHC Islamabad requested to
    > > submit
    > > Updated application form, Proof of funds, Experience letter and IELTS
    > > Test Result
    > > With in 180 days.
    > >
    > > But problem is that my IELTS result is very low and I got 5 Bands
    > > score only.
    > > Listening 5.5
    > > Reading 5
    > > Writing... 4
    > > Speaking 5
    > >
    > > Overall Band score is 5
    > >
    > > Now my question is that
    > > 1. Should I send this result or reappear in IELTS test for better
    > > score.
    > > 2. Can I send them other written evidence of English language in the
    > > form of references letter from College and Company where I work.
    > >
    > > Regards,
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > > It the subject of that letter
    > >
    > > "You will need to summit the following items for us to fully assess
    > > your application.
    > >
    > > 1. An updated application form
    > > 2. Proof of your current level of official language proficiency
    > >
    > > If you fail to submit these update documents with in 180 days, We will
    > > assess your application on the basis of the information on file. No
    > > other documents are required at this time.
    > >
    > > However you may wish to take advantage of our expedited processing to
    > > those applicants who provide an updated application form, proof of
    > > their current level of official language proficiency in the form of an
    > > IELTS test result, updated proof of funds and all original educational
    > > documents. Expedited processing WILL NOT be offered to applicant who
    > > do not submit their original IELTS test report form.
    > >
    > > Submission of these documents may avoid the need for an interview.
    > > However it is no guarantee than an interview will be Waived."
 
Old Jan 10th 2004, 7:07 am
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Default Re: Need Advice About IETLS test(Old Applicant)....Mr.Miller & Experts.

Mr.Miller & Experts:

My situation is similar to that of Mr.Sarwar Aziz. I have also received a letter from CHC Islamabad requesting to provide the required documents which Mr.Sarwar have mentioned
in his post.
I have a couple of question in this regard.

1) What exactly is the meaning of the term 'Expedited Processing' which the CHC Islamabad is willing to provide to those applicants who provide an updated application form, proof of their current level of official language proficiency in the form of an IELTS test result, updated employment reference letters detailing their
responsibilities, updated proof of funds and all original education documents.

2)Secondly, I may not be able to provide an updated employment reference letter because I fear that I might risk losing my job. What should I do in this regard ?
Can I send CHC Islamabad a letter detailing my current job description without letting my current employer knowing that I have applied for canadian immigration.


3) Thirdly, do I need to submit all my original educational documents i.e. transcripts, degrees, certificates etc. Let me tell you all that at the time of submitting the application for permanent residence in March 2001, I had submitted notarized copies of all my educational documents.

4) My fourth question is regarding 'proof of funds'. I have sufficient
funds but they are invested in various stocks/shares and foreign currencies. I can readily transfer these securities in my bank account but the question arises that CHC requires 3-6 months bank statements showing proof of funds.
What should I do in this regard ??

5) And lastly I want to know that which specific application form should I download in which I have to fill updated particulars.



Thanks & regards,
Furqan

Originally posted by Andrew Miller
You've got 6 months to submit requested documents, so sit on your butt and
learn English promptly, take another test and make sure that your score will
be 7.0 or better in each skill. Overall band is irrelevant.

--

../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
________________________________


"Sarwar Aziz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Dear Group Members
    > I applied for Canadian Immigration in Aug-2001. from CHC Islamabad.
    > I send updated application form in Oct-2003 but without IELST test
    > result.
    > Now yesterday I again receive a letter from CHC Islamabad requested to
    > submit
    > Updated application form, Proof of funds, Experience letter and IELTS
    > Test Result
    > With in 180 days.
    > But problem is that my IELTS result is very low and I got 5 Bands
    > score only.
    > Listening 5.5
    > Reading 5
    > Writing... 4
    > Speaking 5
    > Overall Band score is 5
    > Now my question is that
    > 1. Should I send this result or reappear in IELTS test for better
    > score.
    > 2. Can I send them other written evidence of English language in the
    > form of references letter from College and Company where I work.
    > Regards,
    > It the subject of that letter
    > "You will need to summit the following items for us to fully assess
    > your application.
    > 1. An updated application form
    > 2. Proof of your current level of official language proficiency
    > If you fail to submit these update documents with in 180 days, We will
    > assess your application on the basis of the information on file. No
    > other documents are required at this time.
    > However you may wish to take advantage of our expedited processing to
    > those applicants who provide an updated application form, proof of
    > their current level of official language proficiency in the form of an
    > IELTS test result, updated proof of funds and all original educational
    > documents. Expedited processing WILL NOT be offered to applicant who
    > do not submit their original IELTS test report form.
    > Submission of these documents may avoid the need for an interview.
    > However it is no guarantee than an interview will be Waived."
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